A Picture is Worth…

There is a belief among savvy travelers that if you want to find a good place to stop and eat, you look for the food joints that have the most cars parked outside. The idea being that if there’s plenty of folks eating inside, it’s because the place has good food.


Which brings me back to the International Custom Rod Building Exposition – if you’ve ever wondered if it was any good; if it was worth your time to travel in and stay over for, then consider that this is the one event that attracts more custom builders than any other. More in fact, than all other rod building events combined. All these folks are here for a reason, and they continue to come back each and every year. Once you attend, you’ll understand why!





  1. HarryS on February 20, 2012 at 6:33 pm

    That’s a lot of people. Does it get too crowded to really be able to see anything?

  2. Tom on February 20, 2012 at 6:44 pm

    While the number of rod builders who attend each year are numerous enough that they would choke the aisles of most standard consumer shows, I have the floor pan set to accommodate aisles that are a full 20 to 25 feet wide, instead of the more common 6 to 8 feet. So you never get backed up in elbow to elbow traffic. Yes, there may be a swarm of people around the booths, but you’ll be able to move about freely and see what you want to see. This is a very user friendly lay-out and facility. It was designed to handle large crowds with ease.